This post is sponsored by Downtown Napa.
Last year the North Bay area was ravaged by fires, including many parts of Napa Valley. As a place close to both my heart and home, I felt so deeply for so many of my fellow Californian’s in trouble. Many of my friends and family personally donated their time and resources to helping rebuild the area. This year Downtown Napa reached out to me to come check the area out and there’s no way I could say no. My last visit to Downtown Napa was one of my favorites, and I learned how walkable it actually was. This time was no different, so today I’ve teamed up with Downtown Napa to sharing my 24 hours there with you!
One of my favorite parts of year end here on this little blog of mine is looking back at progress over the year and taking time to see what worked out best. Today I’m sharing what the most popular travel content has been, and it looks like packing lists are still at the top.
My trip was sponsored by Kia.
Though I only spent 48 hours in San Diego earlier this year, Kia made sure that it was so action-packed that I still got a good feel for the city. I stayed in the Gaslamp area but ventured out as well. Today I’m sharing all of the places I experienced during my trip, a few others recommended by friends via instagram, as well as notes about my favorites.
This post is sponsored by & Other Stories.
I live less than an hour south of San Francisco, but in all honesty I don’t get to spend a lot of free time there. I’m always going up for work events and meetings, but it’s rare that I get to go up for a day of fun. When I do, it’s usually in the Summer and it’s spent on the quiet side of San Francisco, the beach side! Today I’ve partnered with & Other Stories. to share a little bit of my adventure there with my friend Elisabeth and a few of my favorites in that area.